December is that month when reindeer finally get their moment in the spotlight! They are in charge of getting Santa Claus to where he needs to be, so we basically owe all of our gifts to the Reindeer Express. In honor of these magical animals and the spirit of Christmas, here are some adorable reindeer crafts! You can finally make your very own Dasher, Dancer and Prancer … but mostly Rudolph!
Wine Cork Reindeer
Wine corks have proven to be such a handy craft material! Just look at this cute little wine cork reindeer by Dannon K Collard! It immediately makes you feel less guilty about all those bottles of wine, doesn’t it? Don’t worry, you’re still on Santa’s nice list!
Birch Wood Reindeer
Sometimes Mother Nature has all the craft materials you need. These birch wood reindeer are incredibly adorable and radiate the spirit of the forest! They will make your Christmas setting absolutely perfect. Don’t hesitate to visit eHow and give them a try!
Looking for some inspiration for your sophisticated Christmas décor? Here’s a sparkly and glittery Rudolph! His mysterious red nose always stands out and we love how it complements the silvery background just wonderfully. A Night Owl has the tutorial to this elegant wall art that you will continue to admire long after December has passed!
Another nature inspired reindeer comes from Designer Trapped! Get some logs and make this sassy reindeer that will surely serve as a great addition to your annual Christmas yard decorations! You can even go a step further and encourage your neighbors to do the same – build your own Santa’s reindeer team!
What a perfect craft for your energetic little toddlers! As you’re cooking the Christmas dinner and need your babies to sit still for a few minutes, here’s a craft you can occupy them with! About Home will tell you how to make this clever reindeer ornament!
Reindeer Party Bags
Hosting a Christmas party for your family and friends? Say no more! Make these reindeer party bags for your guests and we can assure you they will be delighted to receive them – especially the youngest ones! Talk about an unforgettable Christmas party! Party Delights has it all figured out!
Okay, we know they look like bunnies, please don’t hold it against us. Their red noses clearly indicate that they are ready to lead Santa’s sleigh through the dark night, so … it’s an argument good enough for us! Check in with Crafts Unleashed to see how you can make these burlap bunny-looking-reindeer!
Reindeer Finger Puppet
This finger puppet is the Christmas toy you’ll want to have at the kids’ table! In fact, you better make a whole family of these charming little reindeer and then watch your kids play with them while they make up enchanting stories! Artsy Momma will show you how to make it!
Sometimes you just want to hug a reindeer – as a thank you, for helping Santa deliver all the gifts! Until you meet an actual magical reindeer, this plushy reindeer will have to do! Let us assure you that he is just as soft and just as magical! Twin Dragonfly has the details!
Candy Cane Reindeer
Sometimes the cutest projects are the simplest. Looking at this candy cane reindeer – can you deny it? It is so simple and so adorable, it’s bound to be a hit at any Christmas table setting! Take as many pictures as you can before the little toddler hands get them all! One Little Project has the instructions!
What are our book loving followers reading this holiday season? Whatever it is, we’re sure it needs a special, seasonal bookmark! We found this one at Easy Peasy and Fun and thought it’s absolutely brilliant! How much do you want to bet you’ll keep using it all throughout the year?
If you like special and unique mugs, this craft is for you! It’s amazing what you can do when you sit down with a porcelain pen and a mug. You can use this tutorial by eHow as guidance, but do allow your own creativity to lead the imagination sleigh! (And once you make this mug don’t forget to share the pictures with us!).
You can never have too many reindeer, as Santa would (probably) say!
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